Android is a mature OS, and music apps are a dime a dozen on the platform. Users are spoilt for choice when it comes to music players, as there are far too many options available. If you prefer streaming your music, your choices will include Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play Music (if you still use it), and YouTube Music. But music streaming may not always be a valid option, in which case you would rely on apps like Poweramp, Libre Music, or others to play music that is stored on your device. Streaming apps tend to be very good with their organization, but when you opt for local music playback, that job falls upon you. If you like to store your music locally, AutoTagger can help you keep your library well organized.
AutoTagger by XDA Member Creati8e lets you edit tags on your music files, with a special focus on batch operations. You can edit all editable fields, including song title, artist, album, album artist, year, genre, track number, disc number, comment, lyrics, and cover art. Batch actions include tag editing, renaming using different patterns, deletion, info viewing, album tracks enumeration, and changing cover art en masse. Cover art can be either chosen from your gallery, searched on the internet or downloaded from a URL. Supported file formats include MP3 (both ID3 v1 and ID3 v2), MP4, M4A, FLAC, WMA, and WAV. You can also browse through your folders, and sort the files through various settings, so you get control over how you select your files. Once you are done, the app updates the new tags directly into the file and in the MediaStore. And if you intend to spend a lot of time in the app, the app also comes with a dark theme.
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